grand regent, Miss Leone Krueger. Miss Krueger reported that n donation of $10.had been sent by the court to the town of Portsmouth which recently suffered serious loss in a cyclone. Invitations which have been extended to the court were read, one to attend the Knights of Columbus picnic at Swan Lake on Aug. 25, and the other to the St. Lawrence festival on Aug. 20 and 21. Announcement was made by the September committee of plans for a benefit ba'ke sale, further details concerning which will be given out at the September meeting. At the September meeting, which will be Tuesday night, Sept. 3, there will be a shower for Mrs. Vernis Juergens, formerly Miss Wanda Schultz. Dick Seeden, son, Leo, and daughters, Lcrna and Janice, of Scranton; Mrs. Caroline Loeschen, who is Ronald's great-gfeat-grand- mother; Mrs. Harlan Moore, Mrs. Sadie Thede and children and Miss Ruth Clapper, all of Glldden. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loeschen, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coppock. daugh- Hold Manning meeting of ter, Luann, and son, Lee; MISS ! Auxiliary Lavon Subbert, Kenneth Bartels, o'clock • picnic on William Akey, Sr., great-grandfather of Ronald Akey, and 'Mr. and Mrs. William Akey and son, Norman, all of Carroll. Seventeen Women Have Golf Tourney And Supper Party Seventeen golfers were divided Into two flights for nine-hole play at the women's weekly event at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday afternoon. They later returned to the club house for supper, where they were joined by Mrs. L. H. Salinger, and Mrs. R. L. SIfford. Mrs. J. W. Hills, with a score of 48, was low medalist of the afternoon. In each flight of play there was a prize for average score. In the first flight Mrs. J. P. Mlnchen. who shot a 49, waa the prize winner. In Jhe second flight Mrs. M. L. ColUson won with a score of 62. There was another prize for average score of all the players. Mrs. H. A. Gruetzmacher and Mrs. W. L. McConkie, who each carded 52, cut for this prize which went to Mrs. McConkie. Two packages of tees were given on cuts, with Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks and Mrs. Wayne Huffman the winners. Mrs. J. P. Mlnchen and Mrs. W. L. McConkie comprised the committee on arrangements. There will be another event next Tuesday, with arrangements In charge of Mrs. C. V. Hubbard and Mrs. Clifford Cavanaugh. Mrs. Amesbiu-y Is Recipient Of Courtesy Mrs. Roy J. Burns entertained nineteen guests at a 1 o'clock luncheon at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday afternoon In courtesy to Mrs. W. F. Amesbury of Algona. formerly of Carroll. Garden flowers decorated the luncheon table. Contract was later played and the high score prize was awarded to Mrs. Louis J. Kelly. Mrs. Amesbury was presented w^ith a guest grift by her hostess. An out-of-town guest additional to the honoree was Miss Dorice Coffin of Council Bluffs. lawn. Mrs. the state week. Other presented after will be members meeting. meeting will Hall. FAREWELL PARTY FOR MRS. EMERSON AKEY About thirty relatives and friends gathered at the Wllllam Akey home Monday night for a farewell party in honor of Mrs. Emorsop Akey and son, Ronald, of San Diego, Calif., who are soon returning home after a month's visit with the William Akey family and other relatives. The evening was spent in a social manner and lunch was served Those present were Mr.- and Mrs. Mrs. Frank Neppl Honors Mrs. Stratton At Birthday Party Mrs. Krank Neppl ontertalned a neiKtiliorhood sroup at her home j Tuesday in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Charles Stratton. An afternoon of visiting and fancy work was concluded with the serving of lunch at the dining table, which was decorated with a centerpiece of garden flowers. Mrs. Stratton was presented with birthday gifts. The guests Included Mrs. William Bowler, Mrs. Frank Murphy, Mrs. Jane Scott. Mrs. Harry Hillmer and Mrs. Ed Albertson. This was the last of a series of birthday parties for the year. It was decided to continue them through the coming yeaa*. beginning In October. Mariellen Pruss of ^ Omaha, Foi*merly of \ Carroll, Marries Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pruss of Omaha, formerly of Carroll, announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Mariellen Pruss, to Artis France of Chicago. The ceremony took place Sunday Aug. 4, at Papllllon, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. France will make Mrs. G. grandson, from accompanied Rath of and Miss some time 'cottage at Mrs. returned after spending the Stanley Audubon and Mrs. George •Mr. and Audubon George son, Carl visiting his home vith Mr. uiul and Margaret and Mrs. enjoyed party at Guthrie L .\ST The Lo Pinochle John scores Mrs. G. right to year's was second. later. The In October act as the club Mrs. Earl Elizabeth Dr. and attended Moines Mrs. from the Iowa City in the observation. Mr. Jefferson Saturday.